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Economic Denial From Builders: The Sequel

Logan Mohtashami, Benzinga Contributor

On this date last year I shared a chart with CNBC’s Diana Olick, which indicated how far removed home builders were from economic reality. 376 more words

Construction Spending Hits Highest Level in 5 Years

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WASHINGTON — U.S. construction spending rebounded strongly to hit its highest level in more than 5½ years in July as private construction increased and state and local government outlays surged, in a further sign of vigor in the economy. 16 more words

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Construction Spending Hits Highest Level in 5 Years

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WASHINGTON — U.S. construction spending rebounded strongly to hit its highest level in more than 5½ years in July as private construction increased and state and local government outlays surged, in a further sign of vigor in the economy. 16 more words

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Construction Spending Hits Highest Level in 5 Years

Market Analysis:


WASHINGTON — U.S. construction spending rebounded strongly to hit its highest level in more than 5½ years in July as private construction increased and state and local government outlays surged, in a further sign of vigor in the economy. 16 more words

Market Analysis

Construction Spending Hits Highest Level in 5 Years

Market Analysis:


WASHINGTON — U.S. construction spending rebounded strongly to hit its highest level in more than 5½ years in July as private construction increased and state and local government outlays surged, in a further sign of vigor in the economy. 16 more words

Market Analysis

Construction Spending Hits Highest Level in 5 Years

Market Analysis:


WASHINGTON — U.S. construction spending rebounded strongly to hit its highest level in more than 5½ years in July as private construction increased and state and local government outlays surged, in a further sign of vigor in the economy. 16 more words

Market Analysis

Construction Spending Hits Highest Level in 5 Years

Market Analysis:


WASHINGTON — U.S. construction spending rebounded strongly to hit its highest level in more than 5½ years in July as private construction increased and state and local government outlays surged, in a further sign of vigor in the economy. 16 more words

Market Analysis